And not the kind Monty Python sings about.
It has been brought to our attention that someone has been forging email headers to appear to be coming from NemedCuculatii.org.
Some of the return addresses of these emails includes non-existent user names such as “management”, “sales” and others.
Please be aware that the owners of NemedCuculatii.org have a zero-tolerance for unsolicited/SPAM/virus-infected/ email and that we attempt to track down the person(s) responsible, and where possible refer cases for prosecution. The owners of this website investigate all spam received or purported to have been sent by this domain, and when it has been determined who is responsible, we take appropriate legal action.
This includes not only spoofed email purporting to be from our site, but comment spam left to our pages and posts as well. You have been warned.
Any email purporting to have been from the nemedcuculatii.org domain is likely spoofed. We do not use our domain address for extended correspondence via email beyond an initial response to your inquiry, beyond that, we use a separate email address that is not published to the internet.
Additionally, there is one tweet sent on a scheduled basis from the website account to Twitter.
For reference, this site is owned and operated by residents of the State of Washington, and as such the laws of the State of Washington apply in any civil or criminal action.
Pursuant to the Washington anti-SPAM laws:
Unpermitted or misleading electronic mail — Violation of consumer protection act.
(1) It is a violation of the consumer protection act, chapter 19.86 RCW, to conspire with another person to initiate the transmission or to initiate the transmission of a commercial electronic mail message that:
(a) Uses a third party’s internet domain name without permission of the third party, or otherwise misrepresents or obscures any information in identifying the point of origin or the transmission path of a commercial electronic mail message; or
(b) Contains false or misleading information in the subject line.
(2) It is a violation of the consumer protection act, chapter 19.86 RCW, to assist in the transmission of a commercial electronic mail message, when the person providing the assistance knows, or consciously avoids knowing, that the initiator of the commercial electronic mail message is engaged, or intends to engage, in any act or practice that violates the consumer protection act.
(3) The legislature finds that the practices covered by this chapter are matters vitally affecting the public interest for the purpose of applying the consumer protection act, chapter 19.86 RCW.A violation of this chapter is not reasonable in relation to the development and preservation of business and is an unfair or deceptive act in trade or commerce and an unfair method of competition for the purpose of applying the consumer protection act, chapter 19.86 RCW. [1999 c 289 § 3; 1998 c 149 § 4.]